San Francisco Director
Jeffrey Till is an architect and Principal at Gould Evans. He has twenty-five years of architectural and master planning experience in North America, Asia, and Europe. He leads design on a range of projects for public and private clients with high level sustainability goals, with a focus on a research driven, multidisciplinary process and performance strategies. Jeff has taught sustainable architecture at Stanford University, advised on green planning strategies, and was a member of the national AIA working group on energy modeling, helping architects bring advanced tools to everyday practice.
Jeff is a recognized expert on Eco District development, with experience designing sustainable Eco Districts in Dalian and Chongqing, China. He was an integral team member for the Beijing Green Dragon Lake Eco District Master Plan, a candidate for the C40 Cities Climate Positive Program. In 2013 Jeff organized and participated in a panel discussion on Eco District Development at SPUR in San Francisco.
Jeff has served as Principal at Perkins + Will and as Design Director, Global Leader in Sustainability for Woods Bagot. He previously served as a Director at William McDonough+Partners. In addition to lecturing at Stanford, he has presented at Greenbuild and AIA and has written for publications such as World Architecture News and Bloomberg Businessweek.
Jeff holds a Bachelor of Environmental Design degree from The University of Colorado at Boulder, is a member of the American Institute of Architects, and a LEED Accredited Professional.